> : Back in June 1997, I mailed a check for $110 to "Al Doyle", DOYLEJET,
> : PO Box 60311, Houston, TX 77205 (Tel: 281 443 3409) for a variety of
> : JETEX products.
> : In spite of my check being immediately cashed, and several telephone
> : calls to Mr. Doyle, to advise him that I had not received any of his
> : merchandise, now 3 months later, I still have not received anything from
> : this company (individual).
> : Original telephone conversations were met with false shipment claims
> : from DOYLE JET, and now Mr. Doyle refuses to return any of my telephone
> : calls.
> : Just a warning to all.
> : I would like to see this reference dropped from the FAQ listings.
> : Art Loya
> That is not surprising, the same thing happened to me several years ago. I
> spent a year trying to get my order from DOYLE JET. I heard every excuse
> from "we had a fire that destroyed our records" to "UPS couldn't deliver
> the order and sent it back". I never did get my order or my money back.
Hmmm...sounds as if someone needs to explain a few laws and regulations
to Mr. Doyle -- even if he's shipping by UPS, accepting checks through
the USPS mails means he's subject to Postal regulations, and the
description of the situation above sounds an awful lot like it's in
violation of the very same laws people were using just a few weeks ago
to castigate Jerry Irvine concerning the RMR t-shirts...
...does this mean Jon Dunbar is going to start smearing Doyle Jet on
Take no thought for the morrow; that's your privilege. But don't
complain if when it gets here you're off guard. -- John Brunner
Donald Qualls, aka The Silent Observer NAR # 70141-SR Insured
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Opinions expressed are my own -- take them for what they're worth
and don't expect them to be perfect.